Paradise Water Park2 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 4675 US-96, Silsbee, TX 77656, USA, United States
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4093857946
- Tags: Water Park, Family And Kids
The Paradise Water Park is a tropical-themed heaven and offers innumerable activities for the entire family. Attractions at the water park include slides that are over 200 feet long, play area for the children, the hula hoop where you would be able to lie leisurely in a tube and relish the fantastic views of bubbling springs and waterfalls and much more. Also, there are several shaded picnic areas throughout the park while group pavilions can be rented. Try your hand at volleyball at the sand volleyball court or try delectable food items at beverages at the Paradise Tiki Hut cafe after a day of fun. Whatever you choose to do, you are sure to have a great time at the Paradise Water Park.
How to Reach Paradise Water Park
- Rented Car/Taxi
Paradise Water Park Reviews & Ratings
More kid oriented park. Adults will only really enjoy the lazy river. Clean place that seems well maintained. Has a snack stand but the prices are a tiny bit high. One big complaint was the water slides hurt your back to go down. The individual pieces of the slide did not seem to connect well. Creating little bumps and you slide down. Overall I enjoyed my time there and would return with kids. But not alone.
Love it, had so much fun! Expensive, and there is really only two slides and the lazy river and a splash pad. But never the less if i could afford to go bad with all my kids i so would
Lots of fun. Needs a pool for swimming because the river is too shallow. Soft drinks are also expensive $3.00 for refills and 20oz.. not a bad place to hang out.
Can honestly say I've never stayed at their water park. I can say I did visit their rv park and inquired about rv spot prices, the young lady was very nice. She told me they were playing around with prices, as and told me that a small spot would be able at least $500/ month, since they lost their water park and lost all revenue from water park and rv park. I kindly said thank you and left. I pay $375/ month at red cloud rv park and would never rent from these crooks, it's not my fault that they did not have insurance and they lost property because of Harvey. I call this price gouging, this is why today, 3 months later they only have 5 rvs parked in there. Good luck paradise rv park.
Overpriced for only 2 slides and a lazy river, for only 10 more dollars Schlitterbahn in Galveston is by far a better deal.